Exam: Managing brokers

How to schedule an exam

You must schedule an exam online, by phone, or by mail with our testing vendor, Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc.(AMP). To schedule an exam:

  1. Visit the AMP website at http://online.goamp.com/CandidateHome/CandidateInformation.aspx.
  2. Choose the “Real Estate” category.
  3. Select “Washington Real Estate Examination Program.”
  4. Choose the exam you want to take.

Students who complete pre-license courses before May 1, 2012

If you’ve completed any of the required pre-license courses before May 1, 2012 and haven’t already scheduled your exam appointment, you won’t be allowed to schedule an appointment after April 30, 2012 until you:

  1. Register with AMP at www.goAMP.com by selecting the Portals tab and “Washington Student User.”
  2. After you’ve registered with AMP, scan your completed CED and send it to AMP by:

AMP will enter the required pre-license information from your CED within 48 hours, and you’ll get an email confirming you’re eligible to schedule your exam.

What to bring to the testing center

You must bring 2 current (not expired) forms of identification with you to the testing center:

  • They must include your current name and signature.
  • At least 1 of them must have your current photograph.

If you don’t bring your identification, you won’t be allowed to take the exam.

Exam results

Your exam results are valid for 1 year. If you don’t apply for a license before your results expire, you’ll have to reapply to take the exam. You may also have to meet additional education requirements.

If you fail the exam

If you fail the exam, your score report will include instructions for retaking it. If you fail part of the exam, you’ll need to retake the part you failed. You’ll have 6 months to retake the exam.

For veterans

U.S. Veterans may be eligible for partial reimbursements of costs. For more information: Education and Training | Licensing and Certification (www.benefits.va.gov)

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